With the… third, Newcastle passed Nottingham!


A great double for Newcastle at the home of Nottingham Forest, in the match for the 24th matchday of the Premier League!

His team Eddie Howe was not better than the home team, the goal, however, was the “three points” and that came for the “magpies”, with the main protagonist Bruno Guimaraes! The Brazilian scored twice for the final 3-2 against Forest, who paid for their terrible failure and are now in danger for good!

With this victory, the “magpies” rose to 36 points and maintain their slim hopes for the top five, while the “reds” remained at 21 points and 16th place.

The visitors took the lead with Bruno Guimaraes in the 10th minute, for the hosts to respond in the 26th minute with Elanga. Sarr gave Newcastle the lead again in the 43rd minute, but Hudson-Odoi made it 2-2 in stoppage time. In the end, the great protagonist, Bruno Guimaraes, was again the one who made it 2-3 in the 66th minute, forming the final score for the great victory of the “black and whites”.

In detail, the program of the 24th matchday:

Saturday (10/2)

Manchester City-Everton 2-0

(70′, 85′ Haaland)

Wolves-Bradford 0-2

(35′ Norgaard, 77′ Toney)

Liverpool-Burnley 3-1

(31′ Zota, 52′ Dias, 79′ Nunes – 45′ O’Shea)

Luton-Sheffield United 1-3

(30′ Archer, 36′ McAtee, 72′ Vinny Souza)

Tottenham-Brighton 2-1

(61′ Sarr, 90’+6′ Johnson – 16′ pen. Gross)

Fulham-Bournemouth 3-1

(5′ De Cordova-Reid, 36′, 52′ Rodrigo Munith – 50′ Senesi)

Nottingham Forest-Newcastle 2-3

(26′ Elanga, 45′ Hudson-Ondoi – 43′ Cher, 10′, 66′ Guimaraes)

Sunday (11/2)

West Ham-Arsenal (16:00)

Aston Villa-Manchester United (18:30)

Monday (12/2)

Crystal Palace-Chelsea (22:00)

The schedule for the next (25th) matchday:

Saturday (17/2)

Brentford-Liverpool (14:30)

Burnley-Arsenal (17:00)

Newcastle-Bournemouth (17:00)

Nottingham Forest-West Ham (17:00)

Tottenham-Wolves (17:00)

Fulham-Aston Villa (17:00)

Manchester City-Chelsea (19:30)

Sunday (18/2)

Sheffield United-Brighton (16:00)

Luton-Manchester United (18:30)

Monday (19/2)

Everton-Crystal Palace (22:00)

Source: Sport Fm

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